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NOAA's National Marine Sanctuary Program today announced the launch of a new national ocean literacy, education, and public awareness campaign featuring Sanctuary Sam, a California sea lion who will be the program's "spokes-sea lion" from his SeaWorld-based home in Orlando, Fla. "What Smokey Bear did for our nation's forests, Sanctuary Sam has the potential to do, making ocean issues real for all Americans," said Daniel J. Basta, director of the sanctuary program. "The future health of our oceans depends on all of us caring and taking action. Sam's charge is to help bring that message to the nation." Appearing in a variety of communications and educational vehicles, Sanctuary Sam will help convey important messages to the American public - particularly children - about the marine environment, highlighting the current problems facing the oceans, including pollution, marine debris and habitat destruction.
16 Nov 2007
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welcome to CES 2008 from the NOAA robot. your tax dollars at work...
12 Jan 2008
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The NOAA robot has lots of information. from CES 2008
15 Jan 2008
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Launching NOAA Ship Henry B Bigelow www.you-v****
3 Jan 2009
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Launching NOAA Ship Pisces www.you-v****
16 Nov 2008
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Lee Keller and Lee Kolbert give you a quick look at National Geographic's Hurricane information page. This is a great interactive site with lots of things about hurricanes. The NOAA Marine Life page has multimedia assets you can use for free. Distributed by Tubemogul.
24 Sep 2009
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Upon announcing the proposed organization, Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke stressed that climate change is real and that the Climate Services Office is a reorganization, and doesn't depend on more money from Congress. Locke says he hopes to utilize NOAA's "top-notch" forecasting resources
9 Feb 2010
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Billy Causey, superintendent of the southeast region for NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries, discuss the Gulf oil spill and its relationship to the Florida Keys. *******www.fla-keys****
30 May 2010
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Bellingham's most unique restaurant experience. Enjoy the Northwest's finest Dungeness Crab served with Baked Chicken, our freshly prepared side dishes and salads, locally baked French Bread and dessert, while cruising on Chuckanut & Bellingham Bays, near the San Juan Islands
14 Feb 2013
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The NOAA has apparently developed a robot that can tell jokes... from CES 2008
11 Jan 2008
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Floods are consistently the most common, costly and deadly natural disaster Americans face each year-ninety percent of all natural disasters in the nation involve flooding. As part of Flood Safety Awareness Week (March 16-20), FEMA and the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) will partner with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and National Weather Service (NWS) to demonstrate flood risks across the country and provide important information about steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. To view Multimedia News Release go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/floodsmart/37348/
14 Mar 2009
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This series features Jonathan Shannon, from NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, and five SOC/CEF filmmakers (Danny Ledonne, Jeremy Polk, Katie Kassof, Lauren Demko, and Alex Morrison) who worked on this program last summer as film mentors. They describe the amazing experiences they had working with both Middle Eastern and Western high school students, and showed some of the films that the students produced.
8 Dec 2009
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This series features Jonathan Shannon, from NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, and five SOC/CEF filmmakers (Danny Ledonne, Jeremy Polk, Katie Kassof, Lauren Demko, and Alex Morrison) who worked on this program last summer as film mentors. They describe the amazing experiences they had working with both Middle Eastern and Western high school students, and showed some of the films that the students produced.
8 Dec 2009
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